coach Rec Gymnastics in China

Inspire Sports in China has 4 gyms now and is looking to hire more foreign coaches. The language of instruction is English taught alongside Chinese teaching assistants.

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Experience China.

Any interested applicants please contact Liang Cheng.

chengl@inspiresports.com.cn

Tel: 1-780-885-5223

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Fitness Games and Activities

by site editor Rick McCharles

Inspired by the work of Gymnastics coach educator Keith Russell from Canada, we videotaped over 170 of the best games and activities for Recreational kids.

Most require no special equipment. The GOAL is to improve MOTOR and PHYSICAL FITNESS using your own body weight … while having FUN. 🙂

We feel this will be the best Gymnastics Games resource available online.

Tumbl Trak sponsored the videos. You can find them on the Tumbl Trak YouTube channel.

The first 22 – ORGANIZING kids – were just published. Click PLAY or watch those on YouTube.

More will be launched each month.

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Winter Adult Gymnastics Camp: Review

January 16-18, otherwise known as Martin Luther King weekend, was the time, and Atlantic Gymnastics was the place. The 2016 Winter Adult Gymnastics Camp was a smashing success. …

Tony Retrosi, the owner of Atlantic gymnastics, was in the house. We had several guest coaches including James Parent of TumblTrak who specializes in coaching clinics and Liz O’Neil from Off the Wall Gymnastics in Plaistow NH. The camp was directed by Gina Paulhus, an Atlantic Gymnastics gymnast and Ladies AAU adult gymnastics competitor. …

2016 Winter Adult Gymnastics Camp: Review

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Gymnastics Games needed

Recreational Gymnastics Pros:

we are talking about GAMES, GAMES, GAMES!

… please submit one or more of your favourite games in any/all of the following categories and what age group it’s geared for (pre-school, school-aged or both):

Icebreakers/Get-to-know-you games
Active games (warm ups, fast-paced)
Passive games (cool downs, slower-paced)
Apparatus-specific games (on specific equipment like beam, bars, etc…)
BIG games (larger scale, usually require a bit more planning & prep)

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd

HOW TO SUBMIT: Send your submission to recgympros@gmail.com (email, .doc or .pdf) by the deadline above.

I’ll be submitting. My Games video series is being launched by Tumbl Trak … very soon. 🙂

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